STOCKS – US stock futures pointed to a fifth straight day in the red, following a mixed session for Asia, European bourses shaking off some of yesterday’s weakness.
BONDS – US Treasuries trading in pullback and consolidation mode after yesterday’s steep decline.
COMMODITIES – Crude after a Yemen-induced spike, is heading right back toward sub-$50 levels. Gold is also heading lower ahead of the opening bell.
CURRENCIES – The US dollar lost ground against the yen Thursday, but traded higher against the euro after falling for most of the past week.
ECONOMIC DATA – US Final GDP q/q due at 8:30, Revised UoM Consumer Sentiment at 10:00, Fed Chair Yellen Speaks at 15:35 ET.